Kate Middleton’s Stylist Pays Sartorial Homage To The Duchess On Her Wedding Day

And even decided to get married on the same date...


by Danielle Fowler |
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On the 29th of April 2009, Kate Middleton rose to sartorial fame after choosing to wed Prince William in a lace gown by Sarah Burton. And ever since, women across the globe have sought to imitate the royal look.

Kate and William wed on 29 April, 2009 ©Getty

And it seems the Duchess of Cambridge even inspired her personal stylist, Nastasha Archer. According to Hello! magazine, Natasha wed fiancé Chris Jackson, a royal photographer, in a private ceremony in France on the same date as Kate and William.

And Natasha even went so far as to seek sartorial inspiration from the duchess. The stylist opted for a lace-sleeved gown finished with a sleek chignon and veil. And looked every inch a princess.

Via @chrisjacksongetty

Natasha has reportedly been working for the royals since 2011. She first joined Kensington Palace as a personal assistant for Kate and William but was promoted to stylist in 2014 after giving the duchess fashion advice.

Ever since, Natasha has worked as Kate’s right-hand woman, even accompanying the duchess on her Indian and Canadian Royal Tours last year.

Natasha joined Kate on her tour of India in April, 2016 ©Getty

And of course, it comes in handy that her husband also works for the Royal Family. For example, Natasha and Chris joined the royals on their six-hour trek to a Bhutan monastery.

Prince William and Kate Middleton didn't attend Natasha and Chris' wedding however, possibly in order to avoid media attention.

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